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    Will recycling urine into drinking water solve the problem of water scarcity?

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    Re: Will recycling urine into drinking water solve the problem of water scarcity?

    Eh?

    Isn't there the same amount of water on Earth as there has been the past 100+ million years?
    If so, how is their a water scarcity problem?
    Vegans are eating the rainforests. =(

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    Re: Will recycling urine into drinking water solve the problem of water scarcity?

    "Formo" wrote:
    Eh?

    Isn't there the same amount of water on Earth as there has been the past 100+ million years?
    If so, how is their a water scarcity problem?
    Evaporation? ;D

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    Re: Will recycling urine into drinking water solve the problem of water scarcity?

    Plenty of water in the ocean.
    I'd rather drink refined salt water than stale piss...JMO though.
    Some of you guys are pretty strange.

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    Re: Will recycling urine into drinking water solve the problem of water scarcity?

    I drink my piss all the time.
    Disclaimer: I'm an idiot.

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    Re: Will recycling urine into drinking water solve the problem of water scarcity?

    "C" wrote:
    I drink my piss all the time.
    I would too if I pissed excellence.

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    Re: Will recycling urine into drinking water solve the problem of water scarcity?

    "Bkfldviking" wrote:
    "Formo" wrote:
    Eh?

    Isn't there the same amount of water on Earth as there has been the past 100+ million years?
    If so, how is their a water scarcity problem?
    Evaporation? ;D
    But that water is still 'on' Earth.
    It has to come down eventually..
    It doesn't disappear.
    Vegans are eating the rainforests. =(

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    Re: Will recycling urine into drinking water solve the problem of water scarcity?

    NASA is constantly trying to justify their exorbitant budgets by twisting stories around and gaining support so they can maintain funding.
    Sure, there's water scarcity when you are on a space station out in space.
    We recycle urine everyday for drinking, nothing new.
    We always have the same amount of water on earth, the distribution changes, not the quantity.

    That's the case for 116 more days anyway.
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    Re: Will recycling urine into drinking water solve the problem of water scarcity?

    "Prophet" wrote:
    NASA is constantly trying to justify their exorbitant budgets by twisting stories around and gaining support so they can maintain funding.
    Sure, there's water scarcity when you are on a space station out in space.
    We recycle urine everyday for drinking, nothing new.
    We always have the same amount of water on earth, the distribution changes, not the quantity.

    That's the case for 116 more days anyway.
    That's why global warming is actually a good thing.

    Melts the polar ice caps. Wallah! More water.

    Less money spent on winter clothing.

    Global warming is good.

    It's all a matter of selfish perspective in this life, isn't it?
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    Re: Will recycling urine into drinking water solve the problem of water scarcity?

    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    "Prophet" wrote:
    NASA is constantly trying to justify their exorbitant budgets by twisting stories around and gaining support so they can maintain funding.
    Sure, there's water scarcity when you are on a space station out in space.
    We recycle urine everyday for drinking, nothing new.
    We always have the same amount of water on earth, the distribution changes, not the quantity.

    That's the case for 116 more days anyway.
    That's why global warming is actually a good thing.

    Melts the polar ice caps. Wallah! More water.

    Less money spent on winter clothing.

    Global warming is good.

    It's all a matter of selfish perspective in this life, isn't it?
    My kids won't have to spend money vacationing in FL because [s]it will be tropical like in MN[/s] we'll all be near death in 116 days.

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